The Statement of Randolph Carter

a Lovecraftian shortfilm

The Statement of Randolph Carter is a short film based upon the H.P. Lovecraft short story of the same name. In it, novice occultist and academic, Randolph Carter, is questioned by the police when his friend and mentor Harley Warren turns up missing.

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Doesn't the director get to say "that's a wrap?"

As my illustrious colleague noted, this Saturday we wrapped filming for "The Statement of Randolph Carter," a short film adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's story. We started planning for this project at the start of this year, had a false start on it back at the beginning of the summer, and after having put it on hold for several months, knocked it out in two days of filming. We made a lot of technical leaps in this film, putting new techniques we'd learned into practice, testing out new equipment, as well as departing stylistically from our past projects.

It was a nerve wracking process for me, and I lost a lot of sleep over this project in the past two weeks, but I do think it was worth it. Though we're not finished with the project yet, I'm proud of what we've done, and the level of work that everyone put into it. As we enter into post production work, cutting the film and scoring it, I am still very excited, and still energized by the thought of continuing to work on this. I know that when we are done that I will be able to stand back and look on this with a sense of pride and accomplishment, and that's a great feeling.

That's a wrap.

Tonight we wrapped production on "The Statement of Randolph Carter", a short film we began development on in February of this year. It's sad that it has taken us this long to get it in the can, but I am very glad we did. This production was littered with stumbling blocks, but we did our best to weather each one of them with grace and professionalism - even if it did mean putting the production on hold for several months while we worked out location woes - and altogether shooting the film nearly 6 months later than planned.

Better late than never.

I'm going to be busting ass trying to get post-production on the film wrapped up in the next 4-6 weeks. So, hopefully you guys will be able to see the finished film soon.

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